Last December, profits from “Nasty Woman” t-shirts scored over $100,000 for the baby butchers at Planned Parenthood.
That was nothing:
'Nevertheless, she persisted' t-shirt sales raise over $250,000 for Planned Parenthood https://t.co/9O609XYIF0
— TIME (@TIME) February 14, 2017
More from TIME’s Motto:
Brooklyn-based artist Matt Rudinski created a T-shirt baring the phrase “Nevertheless, She Persisted” after Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell used the phrase while silencing Sen. Elizabeth Warren during a confirmation hearing for Sen. Jeff Sessions.
Rudinski has now sold over 25,000 T-shirts on his Teespring page and has raised over $250,000 for Planned Parenthood.
“I know House Republicans are so eager to defund Planned Parenthood, so it just felt so perfect to me to turn his words against him and to raise money from something he said,” Rudinski explains. “Planned Parenthood is an organization I deeply believe in and want to help. It just felt like the right organization to benefit.”
Well, OK then.
@TIME Excellent. Planned Parenthood should only receive $ from private donations, not taxes.
— dale a knepper (@tea7cher) February 14, 2017
Look at that entrepreneurial spirit! Don't need gov't $ https://t.co/wleGXt3EWE
— Seth (@dcseth) February 14, 2017
Clearly Planned Parenthood doesn’t need our tax dollars to fund their abortion mills; they’re more than capable of generating all that blood money on their own.
— B Lewis (@rlewis3841_bob) February 14, 2017
@TIME YYYEEESSS!!! Let's KILL ALL THE BABIES!!!!
— Garrett groff (@Apothecare) February 14, 2017